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Full-time Glenville supervisor is nothing new, and fully justified

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Full-time Glenville supervisor is nothing new, and fully justified The Gazette [Nov. 18 editorial] and political operatives [in Glenville] are wrong to suggest that the move to full-time supervisor is something new. Anyone engaged in the campaign and even before know that I have often suggested that the supervisor’s job is a full-time one and should be compensated appropriately. I did say it during the public forum of the campaign, when I said, “You need ...

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MMRMIKE68
November 20, 2013
6:42 a.m.

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Robert, N.Y. State elected and re-elected this man. You reap what u sow......m

MMRMIKE68
November 20, 2013
6:44 a.m.

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Nick, great, great question.....................................M

BROBERTS1
November 20, 2013
7:31 a.m.

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Nick, With all the turkeys in Albany I'm guessing its a Thanksgiving Tree!

wmarincic
November 20, 2013
8:19 a.m.

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It's a Christmas tree, if you don't like or support Christmas then don't support it, be thankful that you have a paid day off of work. Why is it, if Republicans or Conservatives don't like something they just don't buy, use or support it financially and when a liberal does not like something they want it banned?

robbump
November 23, 2013
3:21 p.m.

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Right on! If you don't like abortion, don't have one!
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But now on holiday trees ... the word is formed of "holy" + "day", so what's the problem. I can remember non-Christians who would get angry when greeted with "Merry Christmas", or "have a Merry Christmas" ... and knowing that no one said that to antagonize the recipient of the greeting though the complainer to be ..well, a "d"-bag. Now I feel that those who let their nose get bent out of shape by a "happy holiday" greeting are no better.
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Considering the stress of the season, I think I'm lucky to receive any pleasent greeting at all!

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